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originally posted by: christmaspig
A digestive is kind of a slightly sweet biscuit...umm..cookie you guys call it. Just a plain slightly sweet cookie. Ive heard graham crackers have a slight cinnamon taste though is that right? Or completely wrong?
Thank you for your help!
originally posted by: lynnrd123
For US peeps: Crackers or digestives in England are like our cookies...ie chocolate chip, peanut butter, sugar etc.
In recipes calling for digestive biscuits, it is common to substitute graham crackers in the United States. According to Charles Panati, the original graham cracker is called a "digestive biscuit" in the United Kingdom. However, graham crackers are typically a little dryer and more brittle.
Homemade Cool Whip Ingredients 1/4 cup cold water 1 teaspoon unflavored gelatin 1/2 teaspoon cream of tartar 1 3/4 cups whipping cream 3 tablespoons sugar 1 teaspoon vanilla Instructions Pour the water into a small saucepan. Sprinkle the gelatin over the water, and let it sit for 2-3 minutes. Place the pan over medium-low heat and stir until gelatin dissolves. Remove from heat and let cool completely. Once the gelatin mixture has cooled... Place 1 tablespoon of the whipping cream and the cream of tartar in a small ziptop bag. Seal the bag and shake it until cream of tartar has dissolved completely and there are no lumps. If there are lumps, use your fingers to work them out. Pour the cream of tartar mixture into a large bowl (the bowl of your mixer if using a stand mixer) along with the rest of the whipping cream and the sugar. Beat with a hand mixer or the whisk attachment on a stand mixer on medium speed for about 2 minutes. Once cream mixture begins to slightly thicken, slowly pour in the gelatin-water while continually mixing. Add the vanilla. Continue to mix until the cream is thick and smooth.